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Effects of a prolonged low carbohydrate diet on liver glycogen and endurance in rats

Daniel L. Drew

Effects of a prolonged low carbohydrate diet on liver glycogen and endurance in rats

by Daniel L. Drew

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    Subjects:
  • Low-carbohydrate diet -- Physiological effect,
  • Liver -- Glycogenic function

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Daniel L. Drew.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 54 leaves.
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13598736M
    OCLC/WorldCa11543964

    List in order of magnitude (from largest to smallest) where carbohydrates are stored/contained: 1) blood, 2) muscle, and 3) liver. 2, 3, and 1. Amino acids are converted to glucose: 1) when glycogen stores are depleted; 2) during a low carbohydrate diet; 3) during an extended period of starvation; 4) during long duration, high intensity. Liu, X., et al., “Effects of a low-carbohydrate diet on weight loss and cardiometabolic profile in Chinese women: a randomised controlled feeding trial,” Br J Nutr. Ma Basaranoglu, M., et la., “HFructose as a key player in the development of fatty liver disease,” World J Gastroenterol.

      During fasting, animals shift their energy source from carbohydrates to triglycerides. Here, Izumida et al. report that glycogen shortage in the liver activates a liver–brain–adipose-tissue Cited by: Glycogen levels and glycolysis (lactate + pyruvate production) were measured in hepatocytes isolated from rats fed ethanol-containing low-carbohydrate (LC) or high-carbohydrate (HC) diets in order to assess the relative contributions of dietary carbohydrate and chronic ethanol consumption on parameters associated with glycolytic synthesis of by:

    The main objective of this research was to determine the effects of a long-term ketogenic diet, rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, on aerobic performance and exercise metabolism in off-road cyclists. Additionally, the effects of this diet on body mass and body composition were evaluated, as well as those that occurred in the lipid and lipoprotein profiles due to the dietary by: Key Words: carbohydrate supplementation, glycogen, skeletal muscle, liver, exercise Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of glucose and sucrose supple-ment on glycogen accumulation in rat skeletal muscle and liver after exhaustive en-durance exercise. Four- to five-week-old male Sprague-Dawley rats with an initial body.


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Effects of a prolonged low carbohydrate diet on liver glycogen and endurance in rats by Daniel L. Drew Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Effects of a prolonged low carbohydrate diet on liver glycogen and endurance in rats. [Daniel L Drew]. Carbohydrate and fat are the main substrates utilized during prolonged endurance-type exercise. The relative contribution of each is primarily determined by the intensity and duration of exercise.

Physiol. (I) I23, 5I THE EFFECT OF DIET ON GLYCOGEN FORMATION IN RAT LIVER BYMARGARETKERLYANDJ. OTTAWAY Fromthe Department ofBiochemistry, University College, London (Received 10 August ) Thereis someevidence (e.g.

Long, ) that the composition ofananimal'sCited by: 8. A literature review published in the American Journal of Physiology Endocrinology and Metabolism describes the involvement of liver glycogen in prolonged exercise and discusses the most effective nutritional strategies for liver glycogen ez et al.

report that the total volume of liver glycogen in trained endurance athletes is no different than. Glycogen Repletion and Exercise Endurance in Rats Adapted to a High Fat Diet Robert K. Conlee, Roger L. Hammer, William W. Winder, Mark L. Bracken, Arnold G. Nelson, and David W.

Barnett It is well accepted that exercise endurance is directly related to the amount of carbohydrate stored in muscle and that a low carbohydrate diet reduces glycogen storage and Cited by: diet composed exclusively of high-carbohydrate foods, with one trial providing foods with a high GI (HI GI) and the other pro- viding foods with a low GI (LO GI).

The present work was undertaken to study the effect of nutritional obesity induced by a high fat diet on the consumption of glycogen and glycerides in rat liver and diaphragm. Groups of rats were fed for five weeks from weaning either a fat-rich-carbohydrate (CHO)-poor diet, or a CHO-rich-fat-poor by: It is well accepted that exercise endurance is directly related to the amount of carbohydrate stored in muscle and that a low carbohydrate diet reduces glycogen storage and exercise performance.

However, more recent evidence has shown that when the organism adapts to a high fat diet endurance is not by: Carbohydrate feedings hours before exercise may best advance performance by "topping off" muscle and liver glycogen stores without temporary elevation of blood sugar hormones.[38] Carbohydrate feedings during exercise (lasting longer than 1 hour) aid performance by replacing part of the glucose spent the muscles burn off from glycogen.

of glycogen and water in the liver and muscle of rats 8 to 11 days old, 10 to 12 weeks old, and 2 to 3 years old. The results are shown in Fig. It can be seen that the content of glycogen in the liver decreases under the influence of fasting at an equal rate in animals of all.

Liver Glycogen Metabolism During and After Prolonged Endurance-Type Exercise. A literature review published in the American Journal of Physiology Endocrinology and Metabolism describes the involvement of liver glycogen in prolonged exercise and discusses the most effective nutritional strategies for liver glycogen ez et al.

report that the total. The effects of a high vs low carbohydrate diet for the 3 days preceding a simulation trial were studied in 11 male rugby forwards (± yr, ± kg, VO 2 max ± -1).

A randomised, cross -over protocol involving two 80 min rugby match simulation trials separated by 1 wk was used. The glycogen content in gastrocnemius muscle showed the same trend as that in liver, although the effects of diet and training were less compared with those observed in liver (Fig.

3B). Fig. en content in liver (A) and gastrocnemius muscle (B) after long-term (wk) intake of fructose diet and endurance training.

Values are means ± SE Cited by: report on liver glycogen utilization in vivo in humans. It was demonstrated that fasting rapidly depleted liver glycogen con-tent (), with complete depletion within 48 h of fasting or following a (very) low-carbohydrate diet (79).

Only when sufficient carbohydrate was included in the diet did net reple-tion of liver glycogen stores begin (79).File Size: KB.

The guidelines for a low-carb diet vary between studies and authorities. In research, low-carb is usually classified as less than 30% of calories from carbs (6, 7). Most average low-carb diets Author: Rudy Mawer, Msc, CISSN.

Resting liver and muscle glycogen levels were 25%–30% higher in the trained than in the untrained animals. The resting 3-hydroxybutyrate concentrations of both groups of rats were very low: rats, but caused a marked post-exercise Cited by: 4.

Male Wistar rats were fed ad libitum four different diets containing fructose, sucrose, maltodextrins or starch as the source of carbohydrate (CH). One group was subjected to moderate physical training on a motor-driven treadmill for 10 weeks (trained rats).

A second group received no training and acted as a control (sedentary rats). Glycogen metabolism was Cited by: 6. Low carbohydrate diet induces metabolic depression: a possible mechanism to conserve glycogen.

- PubMed - NCBI Long-term studies have found low carbohydrate diets are more effective for weight loss than calorie restricted diets in the short-term, but equally or only marginally more effective in the long-term.

But if you're active and at the same time consuming a low carbohydrate diet, you can easily burn through your liver and muscle glycogen stores in anywhere from 2 days to a couple weeks. The nice part about this, if you're trying to lose weight, is that since glycogen carries up to four times it's weight in water, a low carbohydrate diet can.

diet, glycogen (liver), gluconeogenesis (made in liver/kidney cortex) Where does blood glucose come from during short term fasting. degradation of liver glycogen. Where does blood glucose come from during long term fasting. gluconeogenesis by liver and partly kidney.

liver:low glucose muscle: high AMP both: low G6P and low ATP. Long-term intake of a ketogenic diet enhances utilization of ketone bodies, a particularly energy-efficient substrate, during exercise. However, physiological adaptation to an extremely low-carbohydrate diet has been shown to upregulate pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase 4 (PDK4, a negative regulator of glycolytic flux) content in skeletal muscle, resulting in impaired high.

The increase in glycogen content in liver was significantly greater in rats fed the whey protein diet compared with those fed the casein diet. We also found that the whey protein diet increased the activity of liver glucokinase, whereas it decreased the activities of 6-phosphofructokinase and pyruvate kinase compared with the casein by: T1 - Liver glycogen metabolism during and after prolonged endurance-type exercise.

T2 - hepatic glycogen and endurance exercise. AU - Gonzalez, Javier T. AU - Fuchs, Cas J. AU - Betts, James A. AU - van Loon, Luc J. C. PY - /9/1. Y1 - /9/1. N2 - Carbohydrate and fat are the main substrates utilized during prolonged endurance-type by: